Hello, I'm trying to get extremely grainy negative like Daido Moriyama's (and other Provoke members like Takuma Nakahira) work from 60s-70s. I use Tri-X film. I've tried with Rodinal, but I don't get that extreme grain... So, I'm trying with Dektol. I've experimented a bit with Dektol 1+8 at various temperatures (from 20 °C to 40 °C) However I'm an absolute beginner to b/w development and I'd like to get some advice to get even more grain... What are the effects of Dektol dilution on grain? Should I overdevelop even more? I've got a bunch of expired Tri-X Pan from the 80s, could this help to get even more grain? Some images to explain what I would like to get (especially the first one): http://blogimg.goo.ne.jp/user_image/04/4f/38f32255b4c82d31cc41ef8e961a052b.jpg Thank you! P.S.: Another question... How could I get something like this: http://www.schaden.com/covers/043/04343.jpg ?